The “European Union for Environment” Action aims to help six Eastern partner countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, preserve their natural capital and increase people's environmental well-being, and is structured around five topics: Greener decision-making; Circular economy and new growth opportunities; Environmental level playing field; Ecosystem services and livelihoods...
On 4 June 2020, the EU4Environment Implementing Partners, jointly with the Ministries of Ecology and Natural Resources and of Economy of Azerbaijan, held a virtual consultation. The objectives were to review the in-country situation in light of COVID-19; present progress with EU4Environment implementation in each EaP country; discuss plans for the rest of the year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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This EU4Environment country profile for Azerbaijan presents a number of «green economy» indicators and draws a baseline for key areas of the project: greener decision making, sustainable economy and green growth, smart environmental regulations, ecosystem protection and knowledge sharing until 2022.
This page contains all information relating to Azerbaijan's participation in the OECD Anti-corruption Network for Eastern Europe and Central Asia and the progress of anti-corruption reforms under the Istanbul Anti-Corruption Action Plan.
OECD-GVH Regional Centre for Competition in Budapest website
This high-level meeting will be organised for the first time in the Eurasia region, in Almaty, Kazakhstan. This event creates an opportunity to further strengthen relations between the countries of the region and the OECD and serves as a platform for a discussion on a broad spectrum of thematic issues relevant to further improving the region’s competitiveness.
Azerbaijan has made progress in preventing corruption in several sectors, such as public services delivery, traffic police and public education, and reforms have started in customs and business licencing. However, serious and complex corruption challenges have yet to be tackled, says a new OECD report.